Oct 152017
 

The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the ACT Tenpin Bowling Association will be held as follows:

Sunday 12 November 2017
10.00am
AMF Tuggeranong

 

General Business will be permitted to be entered from the floor, time permitting, however it would be appreciated for items to be submitted in advance to allow for publication.

Proposed changes to the constitution must be advised in writing no later than COB 1.00pm on Sunday, 29 October 2017. To be introduced, such changes must be supplied as a Notice of Motion, signed by the proposing member and one other seconding member.

Re-election of treasurer and Coaching Coordinator will take place at this meeting. Nominations for positions to the board of directors must be advised in writing no later than COB 1.00pm on Sunday 29th October 2017. To be eligible, nominations must be supplied on a nomination form, signed by the member nominated, the member proposing nomination, and one other seconding member, and specify which position is being nominated for.

  • members may self-nominate, but still require a seconding member.
  • members may nominate for more than one position, on separate forms.
  • directorships open for nominations are treasurer and coaching coordinator as prescribed in the Associations by-laws.

 

Valid Notice of Motions and Nominations will be posted onto the ACTTBA Website on Tuesday 31st October 2017.

General business items will be listed on the ACTTBA website at regular intervals as they are submitted.

Individuals submitting paperwork via post must ensure that it reaches the PO Box prior to the appointed cut-off time. Forms may be submitted in person to any ACTTBA Board Member until 24 hours before the appointed cut-off time.

For any inquiries, please contact the president at president.acttba.org.au 

ACTTBA-Notice-of-Motion-Form ACTTBA-Constitution-2014 ACTTBA-By-Laws-2014 ACTTBA-Board-Nomination-Form ACTTBA AGM Notice

 

Oct 032017
 

Nominations are now open for all interested and suitably qualified coaches and managers for the 2018 ACT Youth and President’s Junior Shield representative teams. More information on the positions available can be found on the application form.

Nominations close at 5 pm on Wednesday 18th October 2017.

Applications are submitted to coaching@acttba.org.au 

Shield and Youth – Management Team Nomination Form 2018

 

 

May 152017
 

ACTTBA roll offs have concluded and due to a lack of nominations the board are seeking expressions of interest from 3 ladies whom hold an average up to 174 to fill our ladies restricted team.

Interested bowlers should email me on president@acttba.org.au on or before Sunday 21st May 2017 to express their interest.

yours in bowling,

Gayle Shoesmith

President

May 132017
 

Nominations are now open for all interested and suitably qualified Coaches and Managers for the 2017 ACT Adult Representative Teams. More information on the positions available can be found on the application form.

Candidates who may need to obtain relevant TBA accreditation must have this finalised by August 31st 2017.

It is important to note that although there are multiple positions listed for each team, this is only to allow flexibility for applicants to put forward specific interests to be involved with each team. It is anticipated that the Restricted and Seniors teams will have up to 2 officials, while the Rachuig team will have up to 3 officials.

ACT TBA Team Officials EOI 2017

Coaches.Managers Criteria

Applicants are encouraged to provide a brief summary of why they would like to be involved with the team to accompany their completed application form. Nominations close at 5.00pm on Monday 22nd May 2017. For more information or to discuss your nomination please contact the ACTTBA Coaching Coordinator

coaching@acttba.org.au 

 

May 042017
 

Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) Limited are seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from junior athletes who are current TBA Junior Silver Members in 2017, interested in attending the 2017 National Junior Development Camp being held at the AIS in Canberra from Friday the 7th of July through to Monday the 10th of July 2017.

TBA is committed to supporting the development of our junior athletes and providing pathways and opportunities to support our elite and developing athletes to reach their potential.  Therefore the camp is open to both elite juniors as well as emerging athletes that have been talent identified who possess the potential to be future champions in our sport.

Please complete and return your expression of interest form before 5pm Queensland time on the 19th May 2017.

National Junior Camp 2017 – EOI Form

Apr 302017
 

**Updated – Lane patterns for trials are available below **

All ACT Bowlers wishing to roll off for an ACTTBA adult team for the national championships in Melbourne are requested to complete the nomination form below and return it to president@acttba.org.au or give to me in person.

Nominations close at 8pm on 9th May.

Please note, roll offs are Friday 12th at 6pm and Saturday 13th May at 12pm. Any bowler  not able to attend either or both sessions and wish to nominate must submit an exemption request for consideration, all exemption requests to be sent to president@acttba.org.au, also by  8pm on 9th May.

ACTTBA 2017 Nomination Form

Any queries please contact president@acttba.org.au.

Regards,

Gayle Shoesmith

President

 

Lane patterns for team trials

Tuggeranong – Kegel Challenge Series BEATEN PATH 4541 50 uL

Belconnen – ABT 3

 

Apr 242017
 

Please find on the links below the patterns for the 2017 TBA Australian Adult Championships to be held at Wyncity (Point Cook) in Victoria later this year.

There are 2 patterns, with 1 used for the majority of the event with a 2nd pattern for the Australian Open Masters.

2017 Adult National Championships 39ft

2017 TBA Adult Masters 40ft

Bowlers should be aware that the lane surface at Wyncity is low in friction, resulting in less hook on the lanes than what we have here in the ACT. This should be taken into account when practicing on these patterns.

If you would like any further information on the lane patterns and what to expect please contact tournaments@acttba.org.au

Jan 162017
 

On behalf of the Board of the ACTTBA I am pleased to announce that at a meeting held at AMF Belconnen on Sunday 15th January Drew Charlton was appointed to the position of Development officer.

Drew brings with him a vast amount of experience at the top level of our sport and is a former president of the association. I look forward to his input and plans for a brighter future for us.

Welcome aboard Drew.

Gayle Shoesmith

President ACTTBA

Jan 162017
 

The ACT State Youth team have just returned from Sydney where they competed in the 2017 National Youth Cup and Challenge where we placed 6th in overall combined points, the men’s team also placed 6th and the women’s team 7th.

Our team found the going difficult in the Cup event with none of the team making the finals on day 2.

Monday’s training session was well utilised by all of the team as they worked on the weekends scoring in one last preparation for the Challenge.

In singles play on Tuesday the men’s team was headed by Nathan Shoesmith with a 7th place finish averaging 219 for the day. The women’s team was headed by Emily Rowland who finished 10th place averaging 189 closely followed by Amy Shoesmith in 12th place with 187 average.

The doubles on Wednesday saw our teams only success when honorary Canberran Rhys Woszczeiko (209 ave) and Nathan Shoesmith (233 ave) placed second with combined pinfall of 2655 for the silver medal by 2 pins from a fast finishing Singapore doubles combination. Amy Shoesmith (175 ave) and Emily Rowland (186 ave) place 13th in the women’s division.

In the teams event our men’s team placed 5th and our women’s team stormed home in the afternoon session to place 4th. Creditable averages for the day were Rhys Woszczeiko 216, Nathan Shoesmith 203, Amy Shoesmith 201 and Maryia Shoesmith 202.

For the all events our best performance was Nathan Shoesmith who missed all starring by 6 pins to finish in 5th place with pinfall of 3931 (average 218).

Rhys Woszczeiko 17th 3590 (average 199).

Nathan Riach 31st 3155 (average 175).

Keiren Gulyas 34th (average 173).

Amy Shoesmith 13th 3385 (average 188).

Emily Rowland 16th (average 185).

Maryia Shoesmith 26th (average 174).

Dakota Howard 31st (average 166).

Well Done to the entire team, they tried hard each day in hot and testing conditions and all averaged above their entering average for the event. We also thank Rhys for accepting our draft request and becoming part of the team.

It was announced that the 2018 event is once again at Campbelltown starting 13th January 2018 with the Youth Cup and the Challenge starting 16th January 2018.